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  • PW'er AnnieGee added natural elegance to her December wedding reception with these simple yet stunning DIY centerpieces.  


    Each tall vase contained several bronze hand-painted curly willow branches.  Fresh white Singapore Orchids, shiny gems, and tea light lanterns completed the look.


    Her tables were outfitted in white linens, with white chair covers and sashes creating a simple, beautiful, and clean ambiance for her guests.



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  • Recycle old votive candle holders by using them for small sweet vases. These tiny arrangements could be used for a bridal shower, wedding or reception. We filled ours with primroses, a popular bedding plant used in early spring. You can use any sort of small flower like violets, pansies, individual hydrangea blossoms, miniature daffodils, or muscari. We added labels to ours to use for place settings.

     

     

    You will need:

    Votive holders

    6-8 stems per vase

    labels

     

     

    Steps:

     

     

    1. To remove wax from votive holders, leave them in the freezer for several days.

    2. Be sure and wash the vases completely to remove any excess wax and dry thoroughly. 

    3. Write the name of each guest on a label and affix it to the vase.

    4. Fill each vase about half-way full of water.

     

    5. Cut the stems short so the blossoms rest against the side of the vase but be sure the stems are long enough to drink water. We cut ours straight from the plant and let them sit in lukewarm water for a few hours before arranging.

    6. Arrange the flowers the night before the event and keep them in a fridge, away from fruit if possible.

    7. If you are traveling with the vases, be sure and pack them tightly!

    The tiny arrangements could be used as place settings, favors or even centerpieces for a family style table. However you choose to display them, your guests will adore these sweet and flowery tokens of friendship!

     

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  • Australian-based emerging bridesmaid label, Ava Madison, is in the business of reinvention.  Co-founders, Michelle and Natalie, had a vision of feminine, yet glamorous bridesmaid dresses and evening wear that simply didn't seem to exist in the marketplace.  And thus, Ava Madison's sophisticated, chic collection was born.



    The designers focus on lush, quality fabrics and expert craftsmanship to create a flattering fit for all members of a bridal party.  Their signature look is a classic silhouette paired with glamorous accents.



    The dresses emanate a timeless quality, perfect for a woman who luxuriates in contemporary accents and details, but remains grounded in a love for elegant silhouettes and fabrics that will be eternally stylish.



    Available in an array of colors, most styles are also suitable for garden or beach ceremony bridal attire.



    With ten dresses in the current collection- each more angelic than the next- I'd imagine that Ava Madison won't be Australia's newest bridal secret for much longer!


     


     

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  • PWer JackieMarie425 had a soft, romantic, and lush hand-tied bouquet of ivory and pink roses, delicate green hydrangeas, white orchids, and green berries.  Her bridesmaids carried similar smaller bouquets, each personalized with a rhinestone monogram.


     


    Floral credit: Designed by the bride, created by Carol's Maple Valley Floral


    Photo credit: Todd Atchison.






     


     

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  • Darius Rucker Artist: History In The Making Album: Learn To Live Description Not Provided Lyrics Don’t move Baby Don’t move
    Awww look at you
    I just want to take this in
    The moonlight dancing off your skin
    Our time Lets take our time
    I just want to look in your eyes
    and catch my breath
    Cuz I just got a feeling

    This could be one of those memories
    We want to hold on to, cling to,
    one we can’t forget
    Baby, this could be our last first kiss
    The door to forever
    What if this was that moment
    That chance worth taking
    History in the making

    Inside, baby inside
    Can you feel the butterflies?
    Floating all around
    Cuz I can sure feel them now
    Tonight, maybe tonight
    Is a start of a beautiful ride
    that will never end
    And baby I’ve got a feeling

    This could be one of those memories
    We want to hold on to, cling to,
    One we can’t forget
    Baby, this could be our last first kiss
    The door to forever
    What if this was that moment
    That chance worth taking
    History in the making

    Right here, right now
    Holding you in my arms

    This could be one of those memories
    We want to hold on to, we want to cling to,
    One that we can’t forget
    Baby, this could be our last first kiss
    The door to forever
    What if this was that moment
    That chance worth taking
    History in the making
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  • Recycle old postcards by using them as place cards -- or go out and find some amazing postcards that mean something special to you! We mixed and matched ours for a colorful and interesting table setting.

     

     

     

    You will need:

     

     

    - A vintage post card for each guest. Ask parents and grandparents if they own any. Otherwise local antique shops, Ebay and Etsy are good sources. You can still find unused cards but postcards with messages on the back make for great table conversation. Try to pick cards that have at least one color in common.

     

     

    - Japanese masking tape. Available at Happy Tape.

     

     

    - Scissors

     

     

    - A nice pen

     

     

     

     

    Directions:

     

     

    Choose a focal color for your table (ours was red). Pick a masking tape in that color and then cut 8 inch pieces. On the end of each piece, cut a V so it looks like the end of a ribbon. Fold it over one side of the card. Write the name of a guest on each piece of tape once it's secured.

     

     

    Your guests will treasure these little pieces of history!

     

     

     

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  • PWer *MrsMiller* had a gorgeous 4-tier white fondant cake.  The bottom tier was square and topped with three smaller round tiers.  


    Each tier had a hand-cut and piped design reminiscent of Alencon lace, much like that on the brides gown.  Sparkling rhinestones accented the cake, which was finished with a large hand made fondant bow and a monogram topper.


    The cake sat on a silver cake stand on a table scattered with large faux diamonds. 


    Photography credits: Bride and www.kathleenamelia.com





     

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  • Unique Wedding Dresses: Where to Find Inspiration

    One thing that most brides have in common is the desire to have a wedding day as unique and special as their relationship.  Top on the list: unique wedding dresses.  Plan a memorable event by infusing your style, personality, and values into the creative aspects, both big and small, of the day. Finding unique wedding dresses that speak volumes to your heart and are an expression of, well, you...can be a great way to start designing the day of your dreams. Unique wedding dresses are not as hard to come by as one would expect.  Inspiration for unique wedding dresses can be found in the most basic of places!


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Color


    Vera Wang's flair for color makes a wedding dress as unique as they come.


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Custom Made Bridal Gowns


    Dress by Elizabeth Dye.


    Find a designer whose aesthetic you adore.  When you opt for a custom made gown, you have the opportunity to be a part of the creative process.  Your wedding dress will be as unique as the vision you and the designer draw up!


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Get Comfortable


    Whether comfort to you is a free-flowing frock, or a fitted, sultry silhouette, your comfort is key in finding unique wedding dresses.  When you are comfortable, you will feel beautiful, and truly unique in your wedding dress.  Find more casual wedding dresses here.


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Cultural Accents

    Incorporating hints of your heritage into your bridal style can be a unique expression.  Many cultures have rich wedding traditions that feature colorful fabrics and exquisite embellishments. 



    See more Claire Pettibone dresses.


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Vintage and Heirloom Gowns

    Nothing is as unique as a one-of-a-kind wedding dress!  Source a vintage wedding dress from a tiny boutique or ask a relative to use her heirloom gown.  Your guests will be in awe!



    Vintage Wedding Dress Company


    Think of all of the untapped resources that you may have in your search for the perfect unique wedding dress!  What unique wedding dresses have you come across in the search for the perfect gown?


     

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  • Wedding March Artist: Jon Cain Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
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  • PW'er AnnieGee added natural elegance to her December wedding reception with these simple yet stunning DIY centerpieces.  


    Each tall vase contained several bronze hand-painted curly willow branches.  Fresh white Singapore Orchids, shiny gems, and tea light lanterns completed the look.


    Her tables were outfitted in white linens, with white chair covers and sashes creating a simple, beautiful, and clean ambiance for her guests.



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  • lovely Artist: michelle tume Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
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  • Recycle old votive candle holders by using them for small sweet vases. These tiny arrangements could be used for a bridal shower, wedding or reception. We filled ours with primroses, a popular bedding plant used in early spring. You can use any sort of small flower like violets, pansies, individual hydrangea blossoms, miniature daffodils, or muscari. We added labels to ours to use for place settings.

     

     

    You will need:

    Votive holders

    6-8 stems per vase

    labels

     

     

    Steps:

     

     

    1. To remove wax from votive holders, leave them in the freezer for several days.

    2. Be sure and wash the vases completely to remove any excess wax and dry thoroughly. 

    3. Write the name of each guest on a label and affix it to the vase.

    4. Fill each vase about half-way full of water.

     

    5. Cut the stems short so the blossoms rest against the side of the vase but be sure the stems are long enough to drink water. We cut ours straight from the plant and let them sit in lukewarm water for a few hours before arranging.

    6. Arrange the flowers the night before the event and keep them in a fridge, away from fruit if possible.

    7. If you are traveling with the vases, be sure and pack them tightly!

    The tiny arrangements could be used as place settings, favors or even centerpieces for a family style table. However you choose to display them, your guests will adore these sweet and flowery tokens of friendship!

     

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  • Australian-based emerging bridesmaid label, Ava Madison, is in the business of reinvention.  Co-founders, Michelle and Natalie, had a vision of feminine, yet glamorous bridesmaid dresses and evening wear that simply didn't seem to exist in the marketplace.  And thus, Ava Madison's sophisticated, chic collection was born.



    The designers focus on lush, quality fabrics and expert craftsmanship to create a flattering fit for all members of a bridal party.  Their signature look is a classic silhouette paired with glamorous accents.



    The dresses emanate a timeless quality, perfect for a woman who luxuriates in contemporary accents and details, but remains grounded in a love for elegant silhouettes and fabrics that will be eternally stylish.



    Available in an array of colors, most styles are also suitable for garden or beach ceremony bridal attire.



    With ten dresses in the current collection- each more angelic than the next- I'd imagine that Ava Madison won't be Australia's newest bridal secret for much longer!


     


     

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  • PWer JackieMarie425 had a soft, romantic, and lush hand-tied bouquet of ivory and pink roses, delicate green hydrangeas, white orchids, and green berries.  Her bridesmaids carried similar smaller bouquets, each personalized with a rhinestone monogram.


     


    Floral credit: Designed by the bride, created by Carol's Maple Valley Floral


    Photo credit: Todd Atchison.






     


     

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  • Darius Rucker Artist: History In The Making Album: Learn To Live Description Not Provided Lyrics Don’t move Baby Don’t move
    Awww look at you
    I just want to take this in
    The moonlight dancing off your skin
    Our time Lets take our time
    I just want to look in your eyes
    and catch my breath
    Cuz I just got a feeling

    This could be one of those memories
    We want to hold on to, cling to,
    one we can’t forget
    Baby, this could be our last first kiss
    The door to forever
    What if this was that moment
    That chance worth taking
    History in the making

    Inside, baby inside
    Can you feel the butterflies?
    Floating all around
    Cuz I can sure feel them now
    Tonight, maybe tonight
    Is a start of a beautiful ride
    that will never end
    And baby I’ve got a feeling

    This could be one of those memories
    We want to hold on to, cling to,
    One we can’t forget
    Baby, this could be our last first kiss
    The door to forever
    What if this was that moment
    That chance worth taking
    History in the making

    Right here, right now
    Holding you in my arms

    This could be one of those memories
    We want to hold on to, we want to cling to,
    One that we can’t forget
    Baby, this could be our last first kiss
    The door to forever
    What if this was that moment
    That chance worth taking
    History in the making
    Video

    Video:

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  • Recycle old postcards by using them as place cards -- or go out and find some amazing postcards that mean something special to you! We mixed and matched ours for a colorful and interesting table setting.

     

     

     

    You will need:

     

     

    - A vintage post card for each guest. Ask parents and grandparents if they own any. Otherwise local antique shops, Ebay and Etsy are good sources. You can still find unused cards but postcards with messages on the back make for great table conversation. Try to pick cards that have at least one color in common.

     

     

    - Japanese masking tape. Available at Happy Tape.

     

     

    - Scissors

     

     

    - A nice pen

     

     

     

     

    Directions:

     

     

    Choose a focal color for your table (ours was red). Pick a masking tape in that color and then cut 8 inch pieces. On the end of each piece, cut a V so it looks like the end of a ribbon. Fold it over one side of the card. Write the name of a guest on each piece of tape once it's secured.

     

     

    Your guests will treasure these little pieces of history!

     

     

     

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  • PWer *MrsMiller* had a gorgeous 4-tier white fondant cake.  The bottom tier was square and topped with three smaller round tiers.  


    Each tier had a hand-cut and piped design reminiscent of Alencon lace, much like that on the brides gown.  Sparkling rhinestones accented the cake, which was finished with a large hand made fondant bow and a monogram topper.


    The cake sat on a silver cake stand on a table scattered with large faux diamonds. 


    Photography credits: Bride and www.kathleenamelia.com





     

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  • Unique Wedding Dresses: Where to Find Inspiration

    One thing that most brides have in common is the desire to have a wedding day as unique and special as their relationship.  Top on the list: unique wedding dresses.  Plan a memorable event by infusing your style, personality, and values into the creative aspects, both big and small, of the day. Finding unique wedding dresses that speak volumes to your heart and are an expression of, well, you...can be a great way to start designing the day of your dreams. Unique wedding dresses are not as hard to come by as one would expect.  Inspiration for unique wedding dresses can be found in the most basic of places!


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Color


    Vera Wang's flair for color makes a wedding dress as unique as they come.


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Custom Made Bridal Gowns


    Dress by Elizabeth Dye.


    Find a designer whose aesthetic you adore.  When you opt for a custom made gown, you have the opportunity to be a part of the creative process.  Your wedding dress will be as unique as the vision you and the designer draw up!


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Get Comfortable


    Whether comfort to you is a free-flowing frock, or a fitted, sultry silhouette, your comfort is key in finding unique wedding dresses.  When you are comfortable, you will feel beautiful, and truly unique in your wedding dress.  Find more casual wedding dresses here.


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Cultural Accents

    Incorporating hints of your heritage into your bridal style can be a unique expression.  Many cultures have rich wedding traditions that feature colorful fabrics and exquisite embellishments. 



    See more Claire Pettibone dresses.


     


    Unique Wedding Dresses: Vintage and Heirloom Gowns

    Nothing is as unique as a one-of-a-kind wedding dress!  Source a vintage wedding dress from a tiny boutique or ask a relative to use her heirloom gown.  Your guests will be in awe!



    Vintage Wedding Dress Company


    Think of all of the untapped resources that you may have in your search for the perfect unique wedding dress!  What unique wedding dresses have you come across in the search for the perfect gown?


     

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  • Wedding March Artist: Jon Cain Album: Not Provided Description Not Provided Lyrics Not Provided Video Not Provided
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